Wohlenberg 90F & 92F Guillotine Cutter Replacement Blades
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Wohlenberg 90F & 92F Guillotine Cutter Replacement Blades

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  • Blade Type: Standard inlay (INL) or High speed steel (HSS)
  • Compatible Equipment: Wohlenberg 90F or 92F guillotine cutter
  • Blade Material: 50% High Alloy Steel / 50% Standard Grade Steel (INL) or 50% High Speed Steel (18% Tungsten) / 50% Standard Grade Steel (HSS)
  • Exceeds OEM factory specifications and officially Diamond Cut® for extreme precision and longevity
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If you have a Wohlenberg 90F or 92F guillotine cutter and need a new replacement paper cutter knife, then you have come to the right place. Not only will a new blade reduce strain on your machine and prevent damage to expensive parts, it will guarantee a perfectly straight and clean cut, ensuring customer satisfaction and quality control. Buy a new Wohlenberg blade online in either standard inlay steel (INL) or high speed steel (HSS) compositions. INL replacement blades offer the perfect combo of strength and a low-price, while the HSS blades offer an exceptionally strong blade with a long life, lasting an average of 3-5 years longer than conventional blades. Both options are premium, Diamond Cut® blades manufactured to actually exceed OEM specifications, and measure 43.31" x 4.92" x 0.47" with 11 holes. Not quite sure these are the correct blades for your Wohlenberg cutter? Please call us at (866) 537-2244 so we can help!


Item #05JYLA38570-GRP
ManufacturerJayhawk Plastics, Inc.
Quantity1 Knife
Size43.31 x 4.92 x 0.47
Compatible EquipmentWohlenberg 90F
Wohlenberg 92F
Blade Holes11 Holes


Wohlenberg guillotine cutters are high-quality machines, but if you are using a dull blade, then you are compromising quality, customer relationships, and even the machine itself, because using a dull blade causes extra strain and undue wear to expensive parts. Instead of risking loosing business and the costs associated with repairs, keep your blade sharp with a new Wohlenberg replacement blade.

Compatible with the Wohlenberg 90F and 92F model guillotine cutters, these durable Diamond Cut® paper cutter knives measure 43.31" x 4.92" x 0.47" and feature 11 holes. They are manufactured to not just meet OEM original equipment manufacturer specifications, but actually exceed them. Feel confident knowing that when you buy a new Wohlenberg blade online at Binding101, you are buying the highest quality blades available on the market. Wohlenberg 90F and 92F replacement blades are available in two different manufacturing materials to choose from: 

  Blade Material    Description  
  INL Standard Inlay Steel    Made of 50% high alloy steel & 50% standard grade steel  
  Perfect blend of low price & strength  
  HSS High Speed Steel    Made of 50% high speed steel (with 18% tungsten) & 50% standard grade steel  
  Extremely wear-resistant and durable  
  Lasts an average of 3-5 years longer than conventional blades  

*Important Note: Sometimes cutter manufacturers will change a machine, but keep the same model name and number. Because of this possibility, it is important to compare the specs on your current blade with the specs listed here to be sure they are an exact-match (allowing for the wear on your current blade). If they are not the same, or if you are not 100% sure that these are the blades you need, please call us at (866) 537-2244 and we can help find you the exact knife that you need for your cutter.

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We offer a huge selection of replacement paper cutter knives that are not listed directly on our website. Just give us a call at (866)537-2244 and have your current cutter manufacturer, model name, model number, and blade specifications (dimensions, material, holes/slots) handy so we can find you exactly what you need.

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